In the 19th and 20th Century, while civil wars embodied (and in an extreme way) the fundamental characters of war itself, peace movements developed as a new phenomenon, rooted in the perception of the concrete possibility of abolishing war. The article examines the reaction of peace movements to the American War of Secession and the Spanish Civil War and tries to explain why, contrary to what we may imagine, in both cases peace movements had more difficulty in managing civil war than international conflicts.

MORO R (2013). Guerra o operazione di polizia? La guerra civile nella storia dei movimenti per la pace. GIORNALE DI STORIA COSTITUZIONALE, 26(2), 97-116.

Guerra o operazione di polizia? La guerra civile nella storia dei movimenti per la pace

MORO, Renato
2013

Abstract

In the 19th and 20th Century, while civil wars embodied (and in an extreme way) the fundamental characters of war itself, peace movements developed as a new phenomenon, rooted in the perception of the concrete possibility of abolishing war. The article examines the reaction of peace movements to the American War of Secession and the Spanish Civil War and tries to explain why, contrary to what we may imagine, in both cases peace movements had more difficulty in managing civil war than international conflicts.
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